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Multiple Imputation of Missing Data Using SAS

Multiple Imputation of Missing Data Using SAS Author Patricia Berglund
ISBN-10 9781629592053
Release 2014-07-01
Pages 164
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Written for users with an intermediate background in SAS programming and statistics, this book is an excellent resource for anyone seeking guidance on multiple imputation. It provides both theoretical background and practical solutions for those working with incomplete data sets in an engaging example-driven format.



Data Mining Using SAS Enterprise Miner

Data Mining Using SAS Enterprise Miner Author Randall Matignon
ISBN-10 9780470171424
Release 2007-07-27
Pages 576
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The most thorough and up-to-date introduction to data mining techniques using SAS Enterprise Miner. The Sample, Explore, Modify, Model, and Assess (SEMMA) methodology of SAS Enterprise Miner is an extremely valuable analytical tool for making critical business and marketing decisions. Until now, there has been no single, authoritative book that explores every node relationship and pattern that is a part of the Enterprise Miner software with regard to SEMMA design and data mining analysis. Data Mining Using SAS Enterprise Miner introduces readers to a wide variety of data mining techniques and explains the purpose of-and reasoning behind-every node that is a part of the Enterprise Miner software. Each chapter begins with a short introduction to the assortment of statistics that is generated from the various nodes in SAS Enterprise Miner v4.3, followed by detailed explanations of configuration settings that are located within each node. Features of the book include: The exploration of node relationships and patterns using data from an assortment of computations, charts, and graphs commonly used in SAS procedures A step-by-step approach to each node discussion, along with an assortment of illustrations that acquaint the reader with the SAS Enterprise Miner working environment Descriptive detail of the powerful Score node and associated SAS code, which showcases the important of managing, editing, executing, and creating custom-designed Score code for the benefit of fair and comprehensive business decision-making Complete coverage of the wide variety of statistical techniques that can be performed using the SEMMA nodes An accompanying Web site that provides downloadable Score code, training code, and data sets for further implementation, manipulation, and interpretation as well as SAS/IML software programming code This book is a well-crafted study guide on the various methods employed to randomly sample, partition, graph, transform, filter, impute, replace, cluster, and process data as well as interactively group and iteratively process data while performing a wide variety of modeling techniques within the process flow of the SAS Enterprise Miner software. Data Mining Using SAS Enterprise Miner is suitable as a supplemental text for advanced undergraduate and graduate students of statistics and computer science and is also an invaluable, all-encompassing guide to data mining for novice statisticians and experts alike.



Analysis of Observational Health Care Data Using SAS

Analysis of Observational Health Care Data Using SAS Author Douglas E. Faries
ISBN-10 160764424X
Release 2014-11-07
Pages 452
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This book guides researchers in performing and presenting high-quality analyses of all kinds of non-randomized studies, including analyses of observational studies, claims database analyses, assessment of registry data, survey data, pharmaco-economic data, and many more applications. The text is sufficiently detailed to provide not only general guidance, but to help the researcher through all of the standard issues that arise in such analyses. Just enough theory is included to allow the reader to understand the pros and cons of alternative approaches and when to use each method. The numerous contributors to this book illustrate, via real-world numerical examples and SAS code, appropriate implementations of alternative methods. The end result is that researchers will learn how to present high-quality and transparent analyses that will lead to fair and objective decisions from observational data. This book is part of the SAS Press program.



Neural Network Modeling Using Sas Enterprise Miner

Neural Network Modeling Using Sas Enterprise Miner Author Randall Matignon
ISBN-10 9781418423414
Release 2005-08
Pages 604
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No Childhood is a collection of incidents, written from a child's point of view. It describes the feelings of a little girl, who never really was a child. Some of her questions and lots of her constant fears are brought to the surface. It gives insight into the mixed emotions of the little girl and the adults around her. The little girl was one of the lucky ones who survived the holocaust. But there was suffering too. And yet, among all the evil of the times, there were the good people. The family, the teacher, the nuns, the dentist, who all had a part in saving the little girl's life.



Clinical Trials with Missing Data

Clinical Trials with Missing Data Author Michael O'Kelly
ISBN-10 9781118762530
Release 2014-02-14
Pages 472
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This book provides practical guidance for statisticians, clinicians, and researchers involved in clinical trials in the biopharmaceutical industry, medical and public health organisations. Academics and students needing an introduction to handling missing data will also find this book invaluable. The authors describe how missing data can affect the outcome and credibility of a clinical trial, show by examples how a clinical team can work to prevent missing data, and present the reader with approaches to address missing data effectively. The book is illustrated throughout with realistic case studies and worked examples, and presents clear and concise guidelines to enable good planning for missing data. The authors show how to handle missing data in a way that is transparent and easy to understand for clinicians, regulators and patients. New developments are presented to improve the choice and implementation of primary and sensitivity analyses for missing data. Many SAS code examples are included – the reader is given a toolbox for implementing analyses under a variety of assumptions.



Data Quality for Analytics Using SAS

Data Quality for Analytics Using SAS Author Gerhard Svolba
ISBN-10 9781612902272
Release 2012-04-01
Pages 356
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Analytics offers many capabilities and options to measure and improve data quality, and SAS is perfectly suited to these tasks. Gerhard Svolba's Data Quality for Analytics Using SAS focuses on selecting the right data sources and ensuring data quantity, relevancy, and completeness. The book is made up of three parts. The first part, which is conceptual, defines data quality and contains text, definitions, explanations, and examples. The second part shows how the data quality status can be profiled and the ways that data quality can be improved with analytical methods. The final part details the consequences of poor data quality for predictive modeling and time series forecasting. With this book you will learn how you can use SAS to perform advanced profiling of data quality status and how SAS can help improve your data quality. This book is part of the SAS Press program.



Applied Medical Statistics Using SAS

Applied Medical Statistics Using SAS Author Geoff Der
ISBN-10 9781439867983
Release 2012-10-01
Pages 559
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Written with medical statisticians and medical researchers in mind, this intermediate-level reference explores the use of SAS for analyzing medical data. Applied Medical Statistics Using SAS covers the whole range of modern statistical methods used in the analysis of medical data, including regression, analysis of variance and covariance, longitudinal and survival data analysis, missing data, generalized additive models (GAMs), and Bayesian methods. The book focuses on performing these analyses using SAS, the software package of choice for those analysing medical data. Features Covers the planning stage of medical studies in detail; several chapters contain details of sample size estimation Illustrates methods of randomisation that might be employed for clinical trials Covers topics that have become of great importance in the 21st century, including Bayesian methods and multiple imputation Its breadth and depth, coupled with the inclusion of all the SAS code, make this book ideal for practitioners as well as for a graduate class in biostatistics or public health. Complete data sets, all the SAS code, and complete outputs can be found on an associated website: http://support.sas.com/amsus



Missing Data in Clinical Studies

Missing Data in Clinical Studies Author Geert Molenberghs
ISBN-10 0470510439
Release 2007-04-04
Pages 526
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Missing Data in Clinical Studies provides a comprehensive account of the problems arising when data from clinical and related studies are incomplete, and presents the reader with approaches to effectively address them. The text provides a critique of conventional and simple methods before moving on to discuss more advanced approaches. The authors focus on practical and modeling concepts, providing an extensive set of case studies to illustrate the problems described. Provides a practical guide to the analysis of clinical trials and related studies with missing data. Examines the problems caused by missing data, enabling a complete understanding of how to overcome them. Presents conventional, simple methods to tackle these problems, before addressing more advanced approaches, including sensitivity analysis, and the MAR missingness mechanism. Illustrated throughout with real-life case studies and worked examples from clinical trials. Details the use and implementation of the necessary statistical software, primarily SAS. Missing Data in Clinical Studies has been developed through a series of courses and lectures. Its practical approach will appeal to applied statisticians and biomedical researchers, in particular those in the biopharmaceutical industry, medical and public health organisations. Graduate students of biostatistics will also find much of benefit.



Missing Data

Missing Data Author John W. Graham
ISBN-10 9781461440185
Release 2012-06-08
Pages 324
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Missing data have long plagued those conducting applied research in the social, behavioral, and health sciences. Good missing data analysis solutions are available, but practical information about implementation of these solutions has been lacking. The objective of Missing Data: Analysis and Design is to enable investigators who are non-statisticians to implement modern missing data procedures properly in their research, and reap the benefits in terms of improved accuracy and statistical power. Missing Data: Analysis and Design contains essential information for both beginners and advanced readers. For researchers with limited missing data analysis experience, this book offers an easy-to-read introduction to the theoretical underpinnings of analysis of missing data; provides clear, step-by-step instructions for performing state-of-the-art multiple imputation analyses; and offers practical advice, based on over 20 years' experience, for avoiding and troubleshooting problems. For more advanced readers, unique discussions of attrition, non-Monte-Carlo techniques for simulations involving missing data, evaluation of the benefits of auxiliary variables, and highly cost-effective planned missing data designs are provided. The author lays out missing data theory in a plain English style that is accessible and precise. Most analysis described in the book are conducted using the well-known statistical software packages SAS and SPSS, supplemented by Norm 2.03 and associated Java-based automation utilities. A related web site contains free downloads of the supplementary software, as well as sample empirical data sets and a variety of practical exercises described in the book to enhance and reinforce the reader’s learning experience. Missing Data: Analysis and Design and its web site work together to enable beginners to gain confidence in their ability to conduct missing data analysis, and more advanced readers to expand their skill set.



Applied Missing Data Analysis in the Health Sciences

Applied Missing Data Analysis in the Health Sciences Author Xiao-Hua Zhou
ISBN-10 9781118573648
Release 2014-05-19
Pages 256
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A modern and practical guide to the essential concepts and ideas for analyzing data with missing observations in the field of biostatistics With an emphasis on hands-on applications, Applied Missing Data Analysis in the Health Sciences outlines the various modern statistical methods for the analysis of missing data. The authors acknowledge the limitations of established techniques and provide newly-developed methods with concrete applications in areas such as causal inference methods and the field of diagnostic medicine. Organized by types of data, chapter coverage begins with an overall introduction to the existence and limitations of missing data and continues into traditional techniques for missing data inference, including likelihood-based, weighted GEE, multiple imputation, and Bayesian methods. The book’s subsequently covers cross-sectional, longitudinal, hierarchical, survival data. In addition, Applied Missing Data Analysis in the Health Sciences features: Multiple data sets that can be replicated using the SAS®, Stata®, R, and WinBUGS software packages Numerous examples of case studies in the field of biostatistics to illustrate real-world scenarios and demonstrate applications of discussed methodologies Detailed appendices to guide readers through the use of the presented data in various software environments Applied Missing Data Analysis in the Health Sciences is an excellent textbook for upper-undergraduate and graduate-level biostatistics courses as well as an ideal resource for health science researchers and applied statisticians.



Applied Logistic Regression

Applied Logistic Regression Author David W. Hosmer, Jr.
ISBN-10 9781118548356
Release 2013-02-26
Pages 528
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A new edition of the definitive guide to logistic regression modeling for health science and other applications This thoroughly expanded Third Edition provides an easily accessible introduction to the logistic regression (LR) model and highlights the power of this model by examining the relationship between a dichotomous outcome and a set of covariables. Applied Logistic Regression, Third Edition emphasizes applications in the health sciences and handpicks topics that best suit the use of modern statistical software. The book provides readers with state-of-the-art techniques for building, interpreting, and assessing the performance of LR models. New and updated features include: A chapter on the analysis of correlated outcome data A wealth of additional material for topics ranging from Bayesian methods to assessing model fit Rich data sets from real-world studies that demonstrate each method under discussion Detailed examples and interpretation of the presented results as well as exercises throughout Applied Logistic Regression, Third Edition is a must-have guide for professionals and researchers who need to model nominal or ordinal scaled outcome variables in public health, medicine, and the social sciences as well as a wide range of other fields and disciplines.



Advances in Ranking and Selection Multiple Comparisons and Reliability

Advances in Ranking and Selection  Multiple Comparisons  and Reliability Author N Balakrishnan
ISBN-10 0817632328
Release 2004-12-15
Pages 412
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S. Panchapakesan has made significant contributions to ranking and selection and has published in many other areas of statistics, including order statistics, reliability theory, stochastic inequalities, and inference. Written in his honor, the twenty invited articles in this volume reflect recent advances in these areas and form a tribute to Panchapakesan’s influence and impact on these areas. Featuring theory, methods, applications, and extensive bibliographies with special emphasis on recent literature, this comprehensive reference work will serve researchers, practitioners, and graduate students in the statistical and applied mathematics communities.



Transforming Japanese Workplaces

Transforming Japanese Workplaces Author T. Sakikawa
ISBN-10 9781137268860
Release 2012-09-25
Pages 242
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Explores the transformations that have taken place in Japanese workplaces since the dawn of the new millennium in terms of management practices, particularly in the areas of Human Resource Management and organizational culture. The author empirically assesses the effectiveness of the new approaches introduced by Japanese companies.



Models for Discrete Longitudinal Data

Models for Discrete Longitudinal Data Author Geert Molenberghs
ISBN-10 0387251448
Release 2005-08-04
Pages 683
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This book provides a comprehensive treatment on modeling approaches for non-Gaussian repeated measures, possibly subject to incompleteness. The authors begin with models for the full marginal distribution of the outcome vector. This allows model fitting to be based on maximum likelihood principles, immediately implying inferential tools for all parameters in the models. At the same time, they formulate computationally less complex alternatives, including generalized estimating equations and pseudo-likelihood methods. They then briefly introduce conditional models and move on to the random-effects family, encompassing the beta-binomial model, the probit model and, in particular the generalized linear mixed model. Several frequently used procedures for model fitting are discussed and differences between marginal models and random-effects models are given attention The authors consider a variety of extensions, such as models for multivariate longitudinal measurements, random-effects models with serial correlation, and mixed models with non-Gaussian random effects. They sketch the general principles for how to deal with the commonly encountered issue of incomplete longitudinal data. The authors critique frequently used methods and propose flexible and broadly valid methods instead, and conclude with key concepts of sensitivity analysis. Without putting too much emphasis on software, the book shows how the different approaches can be implemented within the SAS software package. The text is organized so the reader can skip the software-oriented chapters and sections without breaking the logical flow. Geert Molenberghs is Professor of Biostatistics at the Universiteit Hasselt in Belgium and has published methodological work on surrogate markers in clinical trials, categorical data, longitudinal data analysis, and the analysis of non-response in clinical and epidemiological studies. He served as Joint Editor for Applied Statistics (2001–2004) and as Associate Editor for several journals, including Biometrics and Biostatistics. He was President of the International Biometric Society (2004–2005). He was elected Fellow of the American Statistical Association and received the Guy Medal in Bronze from the Royal Statistical Society. Geert Verbeke is Professor of Biostatistics at the Biostatistical Centre of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium. He has published a number of methodological articles on various aspects of models for longitudinal data analyses, with particular emphasis on mixed models. Geert Verbeke is Past President of the Belgian Region of the International Biometric Society, International Program Chair for the International Biometric Conference in Montreal (2006), and Joint Editor of the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A (2005–2008). He has served as Associate Editor for several journals including Biometrics and Applied Statistics. The authors also wrote a monograph on linear mixed models for longitudinal data (Springer, 2000) and received the American Statistical Association's Excellence in Continuing Education Award, based on short courses on longitudinal and incomplete data at the Joint Statistical Meetings of 2002 and 2004.



An Investigation of Using Collateral Information to Reduce Equating Biases of the Post stratification Equating Method

An Investigation of Using Collateral Information to Reduce Equating Biases of the Post stratification Equating Method Author Sungworn Ngudgratoke
ISBN-10 MSU:31293030630572
Release 2009
Pages 342
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An Investigation of Using Collateral Information to Reduce Equating Biases of the Post stratification Equating Method has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from An Investigation of Using Collateral Information to Reduce Equating Biases of the Post stratification Equating Method also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full An Investigation of Using Collateral Information to Reduce Equating Biases of the Post stratification Equating Method book for free.



Sourcebook of Family Theory and Research

Sourcebook of Family Theory and Research Author Vern L. Bengtson
ISBN-10 9781452279107
Release 2004-11-09
Pages 688
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Sponsored by the National Council on Family Relations, the Sourcebook of Family Theory and Research is the reference work on theory and methods for family scholars and students around the world. This volume provides a diverse, eclectic, and paradoxically mature approach to theorizing and demonstrates how the development of theory is crucial to the future of family research. The Sourcebook reflects an interactive approach that focuses on the process of theory building and designing research, thereby engaging readers in "doing" theory rather than simply reading about it. An accompanying Web site, http://www.ncfr.org/sourcebook, offers additional participation and interaction in the process of doing theory and making science.



Data Analysis with R Second Edition

Data Analysis with R  Second Edition Author Anthony Fischetti
ISBN-10 9781788397339
Release 2018-03-28
Pages 570
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Learn, by example, the fundamentals of data analysis as well as several intermediate to advanced methods and techniques ranging from classification and regression to Bayesian methods and MCMC, which can be put to immediate use. Key Features Analyze your data using R – the most powerful statistical programming language Learn how to implement applied statistics using practical use-cases Use popular R packages to work with unstructured and structured data Book Description Frequently the tool of choice for academics, R has spread deep into the private sector and can be found in the production pipelines at some of the most advanced and successful enterprises. The power and domain-specificity of R allows the user to express complex analytics easily, quickly, and succinctly. Starting with the basics of R and statistical reasoning, this book dives into advanced predictive analytics, showing how to apply those techniques to real-world data though with real-world examples. Packed with engaging problems and exercises, this book begins with a review of R and its syntax with packages like Rcpp, ggplot2, and dplyr. From there, get to grips with the fundamentals of applied statistics and build on this knowledge to perform sophisticated and powerful analytics. Solve the difficulties relating to performing data analysis in practice and find solutions to working with messy data, large data, communicating results, and facilitating reproducibility. This book is engineered to be an invaluable resource through many stages of anyone’s career as a data analyst. What you will learn Gain a thorough understanding of statistical reasoning and sampling theory Employ hypothesis testing to draw inferences from your data Learn Bayesian methods for estimating parameters Train regression, classification, and time series models Handle missing data gracefully using multiple imputation Identify and manage problematic data points Learn how to scale your analyses to larger data with Rcpp, data.table, dplyr, and parallelization Put best practices into effect to make your job easier and facilitate reproducibility Who this book is for Budding data scientists and data analysts who are new to the concept of data analysis, or who want to build efficient analytical models in R will find this book to be useful. No prior exposure to data analysis is needed, although a fundamental understanding of the R programming language is required to get the best out of this book.